Haytem Fakroun

Rookie (22-Oct-1977 / Tripoli- Libya)

Biography of Haytem Fakroun

Haytem Fakroun poet

Nothing much to say..
Haytem, Libyan.
Oil Field Engineer, graduated in 2003 as a mechanical Engineer, I like to write things in English, I call them 'thoughts' although that some of my friends say that what I write deserves to be called 'poems'.. But I do not claim to be a poet, English is not even my mother language.. And I don't write anything in Arabic, so no way to call me a poet when I post in English... hmm, maybe I can be a song writer at best.. cheers

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Fly High

In all the cities I’ve been. Your ghostly shadow linger.
Its keeps haunting me, into a dreadful chamber.
Where your face appears, to make your missing grow stronger.
It leaves me in my solitude. Solely facing my anger..
Angry I lost your game of the deer & the Tiger.
Inside my heart it sank, my peace is here no longer.
A Raven at my wall is singing about a murder.
That killer has your name. The song is lauder than thunder.
Rain hides the street, the final piece for the winter.

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